Rehoboam

noun Re·ho·bo·am \ˌrēəˈbōəm sometimes ˌrēhə-\

Definition of Rehoboam

plural

-s

  1. :  an oversize wine bottle holding about five quarts a Rehoboam of champagne

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Origin and Etymology of rehoboam

after Rehoboam, flourished ab 925 b.c. son of King Solomon and first king of the southern kingdom of Judah, from Hebrew Rĕḥabhʽām, literally, the nation is enlarged


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